Margaret A. Little is an attorney in private practice in Stratford, Connecticut concentrating in commercial and constitutional litigation and appeals in state and federal courts. Ms. Little has participated in regional and national conferences and symposia addressing issues of current importance in constitutional law – specifically state and federal constitutional questions regarding the separation of powers, the Commerce Clause and Compacts Clause and, torts and products liability, mass tort litigation, securities law, class actions, alternative dispute resolution and the expansion of liability in state and federal courts. She was appellate consulting counsel in a landmark 2009 United States Supreme Court decision, Ricci v. DeStefano.  

Her publications include A Most Dangerous Indiscretion: The Legal, Economic and Political Legacy of the Governments’ Tobacco Litigation, 33 Conn. L. Rev. 1143 (2001). She regularly publishes articles in a variety of legal publications, has an occasional column in the Connecticut Law Tribune, and has published book reviews and critical pieces in publications such as The Wall Street Journal. She is a graduate of Yale College (B.A. 1977, summa cum laude) and Yale Law School (J.D. 1984).